• December 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Spinal Decompression Therapy If you have back pain that just won’t go away, it can really make life more difficult than it has to be. We all just want to perform our daily duties without pain and discomfort. After trying over-the-counter pain medication with no luck, you may think that finding relief

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  • November 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Holiday Travel for People with Musculoskeletal Trouble For many people, the upcoming fall and winter holidays will be the first time they’ve traveled in a while. And if you’re new to traveling after incurring a musculoskeletal injury or you’re unsure how travel may have changed, you may be concerned

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  • October 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    10 Ways to Relieve Your Back Pain Did you know that there are ways to relieve your back pain from the comfort of your own home or even as you go about your daily life? It’s true! We are passionate about educating our patients about how they can beat their daily back pain outside their routine appointments.

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  • September 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Whiplash Symptoms and Treatment While some people can walk away from car accidents unscathed, some aren't as lucky. Car accidents, specifically rear-end car accidents, have enough force to cause an injury called whiplash. According to Mayo Clinic, “whiplash is a neck injury due to forceful, rapid

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  • August 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Have you ever accidentally contorted your body in a way that resulted in a sharp pain that decreased mobility in your neck or arm? If so, you might have experienced a pinched nerve. Pinched nerves can occur anywhere along the spine, including the upper, mid, and lower back. They can even happen in any

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  • July 2021 Chiropractic Newsletter

    Stingers and Neck Injuries If you play contact sports, you’re probably familiar with the concept of a stinger. Also known as a burner, a stinger is the shock a person feels along their arm when they incur nerve damage. Usually, stingers only last a few seconds and the athlete quickly resumes play.

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